Greenville

Education
4:06 am
Mon July 22, 2013

Civil Rights Case Begins Today In Greenville

A civil-rights case begins today at the Federal Courthouse in Greenville.
Credit Eastern District of NC, US District Court

A federal judge will hear opening arguments today in a case that pits African-American parents against the Pitt County Schools. 

Pitt County, like many school districts in North Carolina, has a long history of segregation in its schools. About a dozen or so districts in the state are still under an active desegregation court-order, first issued in the 1960's, that requires them to be supervised by the federal courts.

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Military
8:30 am
Thu January 12, 2012

Greenville VA Clinic Expanding

Veterans in need of health care in eastern North Carolina will soon have a bigger facility. An expansion of the Veterans Administration clinic in Greenville gets underway with a ground breaking ceremony Thursday morning. Peter Tillman works for the Durham VA Medical Center. He says the expansion will allow the Greenville clinic to offer more services.